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Smith, former NFL player, violates terms of restraining order

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher


Aldon Smith, who was recently released by the Oakland Raiders after his latest incident, has surrendered to the police on Friday, according to the Associated Press, for violating the terms of his domestic violence restraining order. He was booked into jail with three misdemeanor charges.


He was told by the judge to stay away from the victim, who he had a domestic violence incident with.

Aldon Smith is seen here as a member of the Oakland Raiders, as Chicago Bears offensive lineman Charles Leno attempts to block him at the line (Getty Images)


Smith was told earlier this month when he pled not guilty to domestic violence and additional charges to stay away from the victim. According to the law enforcement authorities, he violated the terms of the restraining order earlier this week, but they did not say what exactly he did.


At this time, the jail record do not list an attorney.


Smith has been on the NFL’s suspended list since 2015 for numerous violations.


Smith, who will be 29-years-old in Sept., last played with the Raiders in 2015, his lone season with the team. In nine games, including seven starts, he had 21 tackles, 3.5 sacks, and three pass deflections.


He spent the first four years of his career with the San Francisco 49ers. Smith in his NFL career — he will likely never play in the league again — appeared in 59 games, including 37 starts. He had 141 tackles, 47.5 sacks, one interception,  six forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and eight pass deflections.


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